Libor Hajek, Zac Jones, Niko Mikkola, and Ben Harpur rotated in the NY Rangers 6D spot last season, mostly to poor results.
Libor Hajek clears waivers, as expected, paving the way for the Rangers to bank more cap space.
Libor Hajek has been fine this year as the Rangers 7D, something we didn’t think we would be saying this early in the season.
It appears that Libor Hajek has won the 7D spot on the Rangers for this season.
Libor Hajek will get a fair shot with the Rangers, even if his past performance on the ice has been awful.
Who will round out the Rangers bottom defense pair? The Blueshirts have options with a pair of solid prospects, a dark horse, and a “why is he still here?” guy.
The Rangers have re-signed Libor Hajek to a one year contract.
The Rangers played arguably their best game of the season in beating the Florida Panthers last night as they head into a two week break.
The NY Rangers have assigned defenseman Libor Hajek to Harford for a conditioning assignment. Hajek has yet to dress for the Rangers this year.
The NY Rangers are running low on options for the future of Libor Hajek. Trade? Waive? Keep? None are really good options at the moment.